Jennifer Marie Sanchez missing from Houston; due to testify in court

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Jennifer Marie Sanchez missing Texas

September 19, 2018 – Jennifer Marie Sanchez’s estranged husband, Joey Sanchez  has been charged with capital murder of Jennifer. Jennifer is still missing.

Jennifer Marie Sanchez, 40, has been missing since September 7, 2018 from Houston, Texas.  She was last seen at the Mirabella Apartments in the 800 block of Martin.  Around 1 a.m., Jennifer took a shower and had put on her night-clothes, then said she would be right back and walked out the door, reports ABC 13.  She never came back and she has not shown up at work at the B&W Meat Company on North Shepherd.

Marie Sanchez
Marie Sanchez

A post was put up by her cousin that reads, “This picture is my cuzzin husband who’s a suspect my cuzzin was supposed to testify against him n court this week n been missing since Thursday night please share n help my family n I find my cuzzin 💔🙏🏻”

Jennifer Marie Sanchez
Jennifer Marie Sanchez and estranged husband

Her estranged husband was accused of assaulting her in March and November 2017.

Jennifer Marie Sanchez has a tribal tattoo on her right arm, a “Hello Kitty’ tattoo on her wrist and a tattoo on her earlobe, arm and leg.

If you have any information on this case, please contact the Houston Police Dept. at 713-884-3131.

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Jerrie Dean, who is retired from Federal Law Enforcement, is the Founder of Missing Persons of America and Missing Texas Forty.

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